In Little Rock, Arkansas, a church pastor was found guilty of payroll tax fraud by withholding employee payroll taxes and failing to remit them from…

In Little Rock, Arkansas, a church pastor was found guilty of payroll tax fraud by withholding employee payroll taxes and failing to remit them from….

In Little Rock, Arkansas, a church pastor was found guilty of payroll tax fraud by withholding employee payroll taxes and failing to remit them from 2006 through 2010. The pastor is serving a sentence of 33 months in prison with 5 years of supervised release and $450,000 in restitution to the IRS.

Do you think this was a fair sentence? Why or why not? Use the tax laws presented in this chapter to support your answer.

In Little Rock, Arkansas, a church pastor was found guilty of payroll tax fraud by withholding employee payroll taxes and failing to remit them from…

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